@redpillschool this is a notion applicable when you take stock, figuring out where you are. In the dynamics of politics, though, 1st) "we"s change constantly, and 2nd) the potential "we" is much larger.
Women have an inherent commonality of interest. Men don't. Or rather, they didn't when they thought females had some higher quality. Now that's becoming clear that female nature is certainly nothing to give your life over, one could envision a much larger male commonality of interest. "Fight for our wives" sounds much more dignified than "fight for our thots", but it's all thots and ex'es now. All this is on the visionary level, or course, and there are a lot of pragmatic problems, but you cannot do high-level politics without a vision.